Friday, March 26, 2010

Week in Review

Photo courtesy of L.A. City Bureau of Sanitation

Leaders of the Northwest San Pedro Neighborhood Council joined with community activists, politicians and city functionaries to break ground Monday on the long-awaited Peck Park Canyon restoration project.


“All LA city libraries to close on Sundays due to budget crunch”

“Cleanup extension sought for Cabrillo Beach’s ‘F’-rated water”

“Officials seek to stem 25th Street flooding problem”

“San Pedro steps up efforts to keep Warner Grand Theatre open”

“San Pedro intersection returns to pushbutton crosswalk lights”

Councilwoman Janice Hahn announced the addition of a graffiti officer to the LAPD Harbor Division station.

The Central San Pedro Neighborhood Council has published the premier issue of its “Grand Central” newsletter. It’s not yet online, but look for it at spots in downtown San Pedro.

The April issue of San Pedro Today is out with a cover story on the L.A. Maritime Museum. Pick up a hard copy while the magazine’s website is down.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

On March 30, 2010 Councilwoman Janice Hahn, Mayor Villaraigosa’s cheerleader, voted to increase DWP electricity rates for all San Pedrans, whose Average Medium Income is 43,000 a year, at a time when people are loosing their jobs or homes. Is this who Angelenos want representing them in Sacramento as a Lt. Governor?